Controled Power & Stability Bounce

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By Jeremy Sonkins

Workout Breakdown

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Description

“This one really brings your heart rate up!”

Improving your stability it is not only necessary to train your balance, but also your power and this workout combines these two aspects to strengthen your fitness.

  • Duration: 22 mins
  • Bounces: 1414
  • Calories: 130
  • Level: 8

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Jeremy Sonkins

Improving your stability it is not only necessary to train your balance, but also your power and this workout combines these two aspects to strengthen your fitness.

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Elizabeth

Nice and easy energizer!

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Reed Fisher

Very lower body and core focused. I was challenged and loved the balance elements.

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Jennifer Maeve

great balance and plyometric sequences for class - and the Lunges!

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Elizabeth

Was surprised by the cardio! Balance added is a nice change..

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Bounce Babe

Great Workout.  Great cuing.  

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Claire Grant

Loved it!  More of the tricky combos to work core, strength and stability please.

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Jade Osborne

Loved this! Found the jumps great fun too! 

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Paula Ball

great challenge for balance and core

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Anastasia

Super fun workout!!

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